European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Dec 4 1967, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 4, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseVante ends vital talks from a and up dispatches the tripes unofficial a a spa a of . Force in Europe North Africa and Thom Umu Lait weather partly Cloudy with occasionally Waldo by scattered Light ral showers. Partly Cloudy with patches of ground fog tuesday. Frankfurt Heidelberg High 41, Low 30, temperatures recorded sunday get 4 4 am pm 32 48 Valano o 43 39 Berlin r 31 32 Frankfurt p 4 so London p 36 3 Madrid pc clearer rain. Cd Cloudy 4 4 am pm 25 28 Munich cd 39 39 Paris cd 48 46 Prestwick p 48 69 Rome e so 61 wheelie up partly Cloudy 2nd weather Wing vol. 26, no. 230 if 21855 a is Dolly 10 sunday monday december 4, 1967 . Envoy Cyrus Vance wound lip his Cyprus Mission sunday night and left for Home declaring that the Goodwill and co operation of All parties is essential in the Days departed from Nicosia for the United states by Way of Athens after receiving word that . Secretary general u than Thad finally issued his expected Appeal to All parties in the Cyprus crisis to avoid War. But the Appeal was consider ably different from this original proposals in the Vance package confirming that Cyprus president archbishop Makarios had holdout to the end and refused to give approval to Many of the orig Inal demands insisted on by Turkey. Up to Turkey. Us. Officials in Nicosia said it was now up to Turkey decide whether it will move against Cyprus. It s a 50-50 possibility on official said. We should know in the coming but Vance himself was said to be a Brief departure statement before flying off to Athens he said i have completed my seines of discussions with the governments of Greece Cyprus and have just been informed that the Secretary general u Thant has issued an Appeal calling for the maintenance of peace in the area. Goodwill and cooperation of All parties is essential in the Days ahead in response to this in Athens Vance told newsmen he would report to my government As soon As he re turned. He planned to leave Athens monday Vance looking tired and grim wound up his crucial talks with Makarios sunday. Marked contrast in marked contrast to Vance Makarios looked pleased at the end of their 3 hour meeting arid told newsmen i Don t think there is a crisis. I mean there Isno reason for the contrast Between the women at the end of their meeting deepened the sense of uncertainty in Cyprus. Makarios had apparently held firm against Vance s efforts Tif persuade him to accept the greek turkish Accord in the Cyprus crisis worked out by Vance. This includes the withdrawal of greek and turkish forces on Cyprus. Sunday s meeting was held after Vance conferred saturday night and sunday morning with other parties in the Cyprus Dis hitch came saturday when Makarios refused to give his endorsement to aspects of the greek turkish Accord he found unacceptable special forces fight off heavy red mortar raid forces office mortar rounds that made a shambles of his Budop Camp to return fire with a 4.2-Inch mortar working alone loaded set fuses and fired throughout the attack sunday. A photo bombers pressure n. Viets Saigon a Allied forces fought off heavy communist mortar attacks Sun Day in the Budop area near Cambodia s Border and along the Central coast. . B52 bombers kept up pressure on North vietnamese army Reg ulars along the demilitarized zone and in the Central High lands. Northeast monsoons swept across North Vietnam once More limiting strikes by Ameri can fighter bombers. In the ground fighting .and South vietnamese troops killed 77 communists the .command reported. It said Over All american losses in four separate attacks were 12 killed and 68 wounded. The South Viet namese who do not enumerate their dead and wounded reported their casualties As Light. The predawn attacks around by Dop followed up red mortar bombardments saturday nigh of the . Green Beret Camp in the Village three Miles from the cambodian Frontier and 84 Miles North of Saigon. Another target of enemy bombardment saturday was an Encampment of . 1st inf div troops sent to the Budop area wednesday to bolster Green Beret defences. Direct hit the Green berets and their South vietnamese defenders took 200 rounds of 82mm mortar fire. An enemy direct hit set offa spectacular fire in the Camp s ammunition dump. Eight americans and 15 South vietnamese were the same time 1st division troops a half mile West of thebe Dop Airstrip came under a cont. On Page 2$, col. 1 heart transplant successful i Al or in Avrut or Oll 1 Cape town South Africa a surgeons Here sunday per formed on a 55-year-old Mandy ing of heart failure what is believed to be the world s first successful human heart transplant. The heart was taken from Denise Ann Darvall 24, an accounting machine operator at Cape town Bank who died Sev eral hours after being critically injured in an automobile Acci Dent Hospital officials Hospital spokesman said the entire Organ was trans planted and not just a part of the operation at groot Schuur Hospital was performed on Louis Washka sky of Capetown s Ocean front suburb sea Point. Rashkansky is a medium sized dark haired businessman who is married. No other per Sonal details about him were released by the operation was his Only Chance or. Jacobus g. Burger medical superintendent of the Hospital said. Rashkansky was dying and would t have lived longer than a few Days he said Rashkansky is in very satisfactory condition. Burger said the next two or three Days will be the critical postoperative longer Rashkansky goes on the better he said Al though that does not mean the heart will not be rejected body could decide in five or ten years time that it does twant this Rashkansky has a tracheotomy a tube inserted in his Throat through which he is breathing and is unable to speak Burger said. He is being kept absolutely quiet in a special room. Even the nurses Don t speak to him. They Are doing every thing for him and keeping him dead quiet he said. Burger said that apart from the body s natural tendency to reject the heart the main Dan Ger could come from the blood cont. On Page 2$, col. %

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